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The History of Rubber Regulation, Edited by Sir Andrew McFadyean. London: George Allen and Unwin, for the International Rubber Regulation Committee, Pp. 10s. 6d. ] HISTORY OF RUBBER REGULATION, ing are also omitted from this chapter, which becomes rather like Hamlet without the Prince. Chapters VI (" Research and Statistics ") and VII (" Stocks of Rubber ") are a lengthy digression, though the section on statistics does less than justice to the work of the secretariat of the Committee. these problems through three centuries of essentially modern history should be very valuable. MARION R. DAUGHERTY Washington, D.C. History of Rubber Regulation, Edited by SIR ANDREW MCFAD-YEAN. (New York: Norton, for the International Rubber Regulation Committee.- Pp. $) Tea Under International Regulation. By V. D. Abstract. As part of a broader study, John Tully has recently tackled the social history of rubber in the Second World War, at a time when control of this commodity assumed urgent strategic significance, due to the mechanisation of the world s armed forces. 1 This is a welcome development, but Tully s story leaves many crucial gaps. Moreover, his narrative pits grasping Cited by: 2.
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